Anyone here dealing with peripheral neuropathy?
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Hi @lorirenee1 I sympathize for your foot pain. I am wondering if a diffuser can help using the frankincense and myrr oils, have you tried that?
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@avmcbellar Thanks for your kindness! The frankincense and myrr that I use is a salve, not an oil. Never used oils. Thanks again. Lori R.
@schony1087 I have severe foot neuropathy as well. I don't find anything works all too well for the burning. I put my feet in ice cold water in the bath tub, and that relieves it, but as soon as I take my feet out, it starts again. I use Wisemen, Healing Balm, which is pure frankincense and myrr, which does help the burning, most of the time. I buy it on Amazon for about fifteen bucks or so, maybe a bit more. It does cool off the burning. For pain, such as throbbing, stabbing, I do use Kratom successfully, and marijuana. If you want to know more about Kratom, let me know. This is terrible to live with. Such a curse. Lori Renee 1
Good Morning Lori:
I have had some differing results with the different Kratom I have used. Actually only 2 types.
Bali Red and Maeng Da Standard. Bali Red seemed to work well for about 10 days – relieving pain at night and then pretty much stopped working. Maeng Da Standard actually makes me sleep well, but does not quite relieve the pain.
I also have Bali Select Green but yet to use. I buy at KratomCaps.com.
What type and how much do you use? And where do buy yours.
Hope you have a great day.
@lorirenee1. You are welcomed, just a thought! The essential oils are pure. The amount in the diffuser can be controlled so the strength of the oils can be adjusted. I will give it a try to see if it helps any. Thanks again!
which CBD oils are you using? I'll try anything!
Thank you, Colleen Young, for the links to articles about some of the substances members mentioned. Some things sound too good to be true, and prove to be so.
While we're at it, I call 'shenanigans' on the 'essential oils'. I wonder what Mayo Clinic has to say about them. If members are wasting money on perfumed hype – that is sad ! If the oils really are 'essential' then I want to buy some too ! Peggy
Hi Lori, I read this post and, having never heard of it before, immediately picked up on your mention of the Wiseman Healing Balm. Looking at it on Amazon I see it says it helps neuropathy. Few products actually mentions neuropathy in their marketing. I am going to do some further research on this. Also, you may have read on my previous post that my wife Linda tried the Maeng Da kratom from Etha and did not feel well afterward; she does not know if it was from the kratom or an effect of something else which easily could be the case. She will try it again soon. It's not unusual for her to have a negative reaction to something others have had positive results from and so she easily becomes gun shy. Thanks again for mentioning the Wiseman's by the way, I will be looking into it. Hank
@pfbacon When considering complementary or alternative treatments, be open-minded yet skeptical and do your research. Learn about the potential benefits and risks. Here is an article from Mayo Clinic that might interest you about evaluating claims made by the producers and/or sellers of supplements, natural products and other alternative medicines. http://mayocl.in/2tGC0Jp
For neuropathy, Mayo Clinic's treatment goals are to manage the condition causing neuropathy and to relieve symptoms. See more here: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/peripheral-neuropathy/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20352067
Yes, Ma'am, I am: hopeful, open-minded, skeptical of products that are marketed like 'snake oil', as cure-all miracle drugs, and I do research and look for the real story. That's why I like being part of Mayo Clinic. I subscribed to Mayo's 'health bulletin' back when it was printed and mailed to our homes (the Berkeley Wellness Letter as well). I ask my doctors before I take anything. And I ask here because no one has more experience with neuropathy than we do. We're all stronger for sharing what we find. Peggy
So true, Peggy, so true.
Hi Hank, Yes, try the Wiseman Balm. I find I need to apply it heavily for it to work well. It does cool down the burning, if applied heavily. As far as the Etha Kratom, it is essential to use the least amount of pills, that will still make the pain go away. It could be she used too many pills, and this made her feel sick, especially if she had a bit of nausea. I have never gotten sick from Kratom, but I have read that sometimes people think if 5 pills worked well, maybe 8 pills would be even better. This is not what you do with Kratom. You really need to find a sweet spot, where pain is gone or diminished, and the pills can be handled. Always the least amount possible, to get the desired effect. Anyway, the best to you and your wife. I love that you help her so much. A great testimony to the human heart! Take care, and I will help you whenever you need…Lori
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